Hanoi Motorbike Tour to Mai Chau and Ta Xua peak. This Hanoi Motorbike Tour to Mai Chau and Ta Xua peak for 3 Days gives you a chance to visit the highlights of Mai Chau Valley and then explore the beauty of Ta Xua Peak to experience the stunning natural beauties of Northwest Vietnam and the valuable culture & traditions of the locals. Additionally, when standing on the top of Ta Xua peak, you can witness clouds flying under your feet and touch and then feel the utmost freedom …
Day 1 : Hanoi ride to Mai Chau
8:00 AM pick up at your hotel and to our bike shop and start our motorbike tour by leaving Hanoi on dyke roads to avoid the heavy traffic around 9. am, we ride our motorcycles west to Mai Chau, an area of beautiful landscape and home to the Thai ethnic minority. We will motorcycle on Highway 6 passing extensive farming lands comprising a sea of paddy fields split by tree-lined roads punctuated by limestone karst scenery.
After a light lunch in Hoa Binh Province, we cross Thung Khe, one of the most beautiful mountains passes in North Vietnam then descend to the mountain valley settlement of Mai Chau. After dinner, we join the performance, where you can dance and share a range of special liquors (rice wine) with the locals. Overnight in a house-on-stilts of the Thai people.
Distance: 160 km
Meals: Lunch, Dinner
Accommodation: Home-stay in village
Day 2 : Mai Chau ride To Bac Yen
In the morning, we take a short walk around the village to discover local life. Life in the countryside starts early so by sunrise there is a wealth of activity. The Thai women are masterful weavers who ensure that there is plenty of traditional-style clothing to buy in the village center. You will see women weaving on looms under or inside their houses in the village We can buy some handmade traditional-style clothing, a knife, or a cross-bow. After breakfast at home-stay, we say goodbye to villagers and leave Mai Chau around 10 am. We ride from Mai Chau in the direction of Moc Chau, where we have lunch. This highland town produces some of Vietnam’s best tea and is a good place to stock up. The surrounding area is also home to several ethnic minorities, including Green Hmong, Dzao, Thai, and Muong. Moc Chau boasts a pioneering dairy industry that started in the late 1970s with Australian (and, later, UN) assistance. The dairy provides Hanoi with such delectable luxury us as fresh milk, sweetened condensed milk, and little tooth-rotting bars called “Banh Cua”. After lunch, we turn to the less traveled Road 43 leading to the Da River, crossing the reservoir of Da river at Van Yen ferry, then ride on a beautiful winding secondary road until Bac Yen where we stay in a basic guest-house.
Distance: 160 km
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Day 3: Bac Yen Ride Up to Ta Xua and Back To Hanoi
This morning, after having breakfast you’ll be jumping up the iron horse again to get over zigzag & curving spiral roads with wild beautiful flowers such as Do Queen & Tao Men to reach Ta Xua peak which is located at the height of 2.600m above the sea level. We then will ride on the narrow backbone of dinosaurs to view clouds flying beneath our feet. Standing here is likely we are walking on the cloud or floating on the sea of clouds and your soul will be relieved and free from all tirednesses as well as sorrows about daily normal life. Right here, you can shoot lots of nice photos from the top of the mount. Later on, we’ll ride back to the foot of the mountain where we have lunch before We ride back to Hanoi on dyke roads to avoid the heavy traffic and breaking out of the delta plains along the Red River.
Finish your tour around 3:30 pm.
Distance: 180 km
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Tour Inclusive :
* Support transport by A/C minivan or bus, truck for group
* Trek MTB & helmets, spare parts, aid kits, tool kits
* Entrance fees
* B=Breakfast, L=Lunch, D=Dinner as mentioned in the tour itinerary
* For daily cycling only: Water, snacks, fresh fruits, wet towels
*Accommodation in tour - 2 nights
* Experienced English-speaking bike guides
Tour Exclusive :
* Travel insurance
* Other personal expenses
* Tips for guides and drivers
* Drinks at restaurants
* Accommodation in Hanoi
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